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Training for Anganwadi workers gets underway in Hailakandi

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HAILAKANDI, Feb 15 - The grassroots level training under ICDS-CAS (Common Application Software) has begun in Hailakandi district in right earnest.

The first phase of training for Anganwadi workers (AWWs) under five numbers of Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) is to be followed by three more phases.

The first phase that began on February 13 will end on February 27. Altogether 1,352 AWWs will undergo training.

Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli inaugurated the ICDS-CAS training programme and urged the Anganwadi workers to actively take part in the training, which would enable them to work in a hassle-free manner with their smartphones.

Rajat Chakraborty, district coordinator, Poshan, said a few smartphones were ceremonially distributed by the deputy commissioner and the rest will be completed before February 27. �After the four-phase training programme running almost a month comes to an end, we will be switching over to paperless ICDS with the Anganwadi workers doing all their works through smartphones,� said Chakraborty.

Out of 1,374 AWW posts, 22 are lying vacant with the present strength being 1,352.

Chakraborty pointed out that as per government instruction, smartphones are being handed over to none except AWWs.

He informed that there would be certain gaps after each phase of the training schedule.

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Training for Anganwadi workers gets underway in Hailakandi

HAILAKANDI, Feb 15 - The grassroots level training under ICDS-CAS (Common Application Software) has begun in Hailakandi district in right earnest.

The first phase of training for Anganwadi workers (AWWs) under five numbers of Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) is to be followed by three more phases.

The first phase that began on February 13 will end on February 27. Altogether 1,352 AWWs will undergo training.

Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli inaugurated the ICDS-CAS training programme and urged the Anganwadi workers to actively take part in the training, which would enable them to work in a hassle-free manner with their smartphones.

Rajat Chakraborty, district coordinator, Poshan, said a few smartphones were ceremonially distributed by the deputy commissioner and the rest will be completed before February 27. �After the four-phase training programme running almost a month comes to an end, we will be switching over to paperless ICDS with the Anganwadi workers doing all their works through smartphones,� said Chakraborty.

Out of 1,374 AWW posts, 22 are lying vacant with the present strength being 1,352.

Chakraborty pointed out that as per government instruction, smartphones are being handed over to none except AWWs.

He informed that there would be certain gaps after each phase of the training schedule.

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